Friday, December 19, 2008

64 Paul Revere Rd

Cool!!!! The title is not a movie(like 15 Park Avenue). :)
This is the place(house) where I had a very good stay at Groton, Connecticut while I was working for Pfizer.
This post actually is a continuation of my journey in US. Please visit the below link for the history.

So after working in North Carolina, I have moved to Connecticut and got new friends again in the my path. But this time it was fun professionally and personally with the group I have worked with. The community where we have stayed(Groton Estates) will be remembered by all our team members.

The apartment community has got bulk bookings of apartments since lot of people came to join this project along with me. :). I worked like a driver to manager initially to make new comers settle down in the new place since most of them were new to US. Daily pick up, drop, shopping, groceries...ha ha.. it was fun. After all nothing wrong in helping.

I can't forget the 2 mile walk to a Beach nearby and speding time there with friends. Weekend cooking(sale), especially experiments on me with new items by the other two girls(infact only one girl) staying at 113 Nathan Hale Rd were nice moments to share and remember.

Can't stop mentioning about my roommate Srikanth. He was the one of the nice persons I have lived with. Well, having a good friend is always a nice feeling when you are alone.

The project was much fun for all people because of having a good team. We could do some good work as well with the friends around helping each other. Anyways nice things lasts for sometime as usual, so we had to split to other projects quickly for various reasons. Looking forward to work with all again.

Few casual pics -->

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Crater Lake...An exceptional beauty

Nothing can be compared to the natural beauty. This is again proved when I went to Crater Lake. Crater Lake is a naturally formed lake out of volcanic eruption 7700 years back. This is the deepest lake in US. By the way this is located in Oregon State.

I cannot really explain the scenic beauty around the lake. Believe me, its worth watching once in a life time. The waters are so blue that you cannot even imagine. For me, it was a great relief to visit that place after long long working hours from last one month.

Due to winter, the Rim Drive(a loop drive around lake) is closed. But the entrance which is open was great enough to explore the entire lake over from a mountain. Snow everywhere on the road, absolutely perfect view of the lake from mountain, perfect climate, scenic roadways and water falls etc made my visit great.

Check out some photos below -->